Max Scheler

[Revised entry by Zachary Davis and Anthony Steinbock on March 11, 2014. Changes to: Main text] At the time of his death, Max Ferdinand Scheler was one of the most prominent German intellectuals
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[Revised entry by Zachary Davis and Anthony Steinbock on March 11, 2014. Changes to: Main text] At the time of his death, Max Ferdinand Scheler was one of the most prominent German intellectuals and most sought after philosophers of his time. A pioneer in the development of phenomenology in the early part of the 20th century, Scheler broke new ground in many areas of philosophy and established himself as perhaps the most creative of the early phenomenologists. Relative to the attention his work received and the attention his contemporaries now enjoy, interest...

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